(July 30, 2020) – Several pavement tracks in California will reopen for 2020, with live streaming coverage, as part of this week’s On the Radar! Pro Late Model teams will have both Roseville and Madera live streaming options on Saturday night, while Madera’s Pro Late Models move to the TV screen on Monday as well.

Saturday August 1
All American Speedway will reopen its gates for its 66th year of competition with NASCAR Late Model twins leading a seven main event card. Short Track Live will produce the live stream. Stream: Short Track Live via AllAmericanSpeedway.TV

Antioch Speedway presents 360 Sprint Cars and Delta Dwarf Cars. Stream: Unknown

Cycleland Speedway returns to Outlaw Kart racing after a week off for Motorcycles to take their turns on the track. Stream: FastFourMedia.com

Dixon Speedway returns for a Saturday night of points-paying Micro Sprint action. Stream: none

Madera Speedway hosts a wide-variety of racing excitement including a 410 Super Modified track record attempt, Madera Late Models, Central Valley Mini Stocks, and Southwest Tour Trucks. Stream: Free on ShortTrackTV on YouTube

Ocean Speedway will host IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, and Hobby Stocks in the Mike Cecil Memorial. Stream: FloRacing

Orange Show Speedway reopens for the 2020 season with a full slate of action including their Late Models competing. Stream: Low Budget TV

Orland Raceway returns to action with Wingless Sprints and 600 Micros among the divisions competing at the 1/5th mile dirt track. Stream: none

Redwood Acres Raceway in Eureka competes again with Late Models and Legends headlining the five division card. Stream: Free on track Facebook

Stockton 99 Speedway presents the Night of Champions special for its Stockton Late Model division. Stream: None

Monday August 3
Madera Speedway’s “Madera Racing on MAVTV” program debuts its first 2020 episode, airing the Nut Up Pro Late Models opener that raced on June 27, 2020. Airtime: 5pm and 6pm Pacific on MAVTV.

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